Blimey it’s busy at R’nR Bride HQ right now, I have a crazy amount of weddings to share (and one very special one I’m saving for my debut Savvy Scoop post on Monday – seriously it’s killing me keeping it quiet!)
As you probably already know, I adore receiving every single one of your emails – whether it’s to share your wedding or a wedding you’ve photographed, to ask me my advice or a wedding-related question, or just to tell me you love me (they are the best hehe!).
However this wedding sent to me by Rosie Parsons really stood out from the crowd (I love her and have featured her work so many times before!) because it really was a truly unique and original wedding. You know when someone goes completely and madly OTT in describing their love of something? And you figure it’s never going to be as good as they’ve built it up to be? Well this is one of those moments – I’m going to annoy you with my seemingly exaggerated love of this wedding but when you see these photographs for yourself I’m sure you will think my crazy-person ramblings were justified!
Katheryn & James got married at the Bristol registry office (a gorgeous building in itself) but the reception venue, Thali Cafe is like nothing I’ve ever seen – I so want to go here! The bright pink walls, Elvis posters and fairy lights really made for truly magical and awe-inspiring images. (OMG and don’t even get me started on all those little details – mini top hats, butterflies etc – love love love – as in so much I want my house to be decorated exactly like this)
Ok, I’m going to stop gushing now at just get on with showing you the photographs already! Do you love them as much as I do?
Credit: Rosie Parsons
Rock ‘n Roll Bride, or more specifically my fan-bloody-tastic free wedding photography competition was linked by Bridalwave.tv today. Just wanted to say a big hello to any potential new readers, and to let you know to enter, either click the ‘win’ logo on the top right of the page or to make it even easier, just clicky here for all the info and Ts and Cs… The competition is open until the end of March so you still have plenty of time to get your entries in.
I have recieved some fantastic answers so far but I’m still looking forward to reading many more. Remember to be a Rock n Roll Bride you don’t have to be extreme, you don’t have to be ‘out-there’, you don’t even have to be cool, you just have to be you.
Love you all!
I was sad because I could only find these two images from this gorgeous looking wedding last week..but now I am happy because the photographer recognised my plight and sent me more from this amazing wedding!
I asked Nigel to tell me a little about himself and the couple, and he did it so well that I’m not going to try and re-write his words..so here they are in all their glory
I am a wedding photojournalist who captures the real moments of a couple’s special day. My style is completely candid and un-posed, and I have an eye for the unusual. Couples looking for something different come to me, because they know I shoot alternative unions (be they in the form of weddings, civil partnerships or parties) and they know I will listen to their needs & take care of them.
I worked as a fashion stylist for several years before moving behind the lens, so I love it when couples with a strong sense of style approach me with their own unique take on a wedding. It’s something I can really get my teeth into. The people that tend to use me like to break the mould, even if it’s only a little.
The bride [in this wedding] had a strong sense of style, whilst her groom was much more conservative. She had this fabulous dress as you can see, and she just lit up everyone around her, wherever she went. The couple decided to hold their wedding over two days; the first day being just the service and a meal for family and close friends, and the second day they threw a huge party at The Groucho Club for everyone they knew. Their choices of clothing and the venues really put an alternative touch on the whole affair. A wedding that will be remembered.
I hope you like these photographs as much as I do. Big up the UK photographers!